Hyundai Creta: Tires and wheels / Low aspect ratio tire

The low aspect ratio tires, of which aspect ratio is below 50, are equipped with for the sporty look.

Riding with high aspect ratio tires may be uncomfortable with unpleasant noises, because the low aspect ratio tires are optimized for handling and breaking.

NOTICE

The sidewall of the low aspect ratio tire is thinner than the high aspect ratio tire. Thus, the wheel and the tire may be easily damaged. Thus, follow the below instructions.

- Cautiously drive the vehicle on a rough road or off the road. Otherwise, the tires and wheels may be damaged. After driving those areas, inspect the tires and wheels.
- Slowly drive the vehicle to pass over a pothole, speed bump, manhole, or curb stone. Otherwise, the tires and wheels may be damaged.
- Upon having an impact on the tire, we recommend you to have the tires inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.
- Inspect the tires every 3,000 km to prevent damage.

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